Philippine Dermatological Society

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After 6 months of working on the Beauty Care Training Regulations manual, a validation meeting was held last January 31,2018 at the TESDA compound. Members of the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA), Department of Health (DOH), Philippine International Cosmetologists Association (PICA), and Philippine Dermatological Society (PDS) reviewed the draft document for thouroughness and feasibility. Valuable suggestions have been made during the meeting and will again be deliberated on in the near future.

Bottom, left to right: (Mabelle F. Colayco, Ayees Garcia-Mendoza) Top, left to right: (Aeleene Ramos-Braga, Deanna Moreno, Candy Solidum-Estrada, Althea Santos-Tiamzon, Katrina Reyes)
Bottom, left to right: (Mabelle F. Colayco, Ayees Garcia-Mendoza) Top, left to right: (Aeleene Ramos-Braga, Deanna Moreno, Candy Solidum-Estrada, Althea Santos-Tiamzon, Katrina Reyes)

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